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Ici il s'agit d'un système de purge du circuit de freinage. Normalement, il faut être 2, un appui sur le pédale et l'autre qui serre ou desserre sur la purge au niveau des commandes. Avec cet appareil, vous pouvez faire tout seul. ...

Documentation of build at: https://burningbecks.wordpress.com/2018/12/25/new-y-gantry-stacking-the-pulleys-again/ DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES WITH UPLOADING ONLY STLS HERE - CODE AT: http://libre3d.com/category/603/Accessories/listings/1178/TronXY-X5S-CoreXY-Y-Gantry-Set-[OpenSCAD-only].html...

Description is at: https://burningbecks.wordpress.com/2018/11/17/the-prusaic-extruder-x5s-goes-direct/ Note that the work this part is based on it NOT licensed permissively, but "Copyleft"! Converted my TronXY X5S ( https://burningbecks.wordpress.com/tag/x5s/ ) with this and my old E3Dv5 to...

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Jet Engine

Put a pressure regulator on the air line or it will blow to bits!  You will need:  10 x 220 mm steel shaft  10 x 14 x 10 needle roller bearing (x 2)  10 x 22 x 6 bearing  10 x 30 x 9 bearing  10 x 24 x 9 thrust bearing (x 2)  14 x 20 x 96 Ali tube (you can print this but it might bend) (Note: Enjoy at your risk!) Instructions:  When making the air jets "pause the printer" and remove any support material. Make the air jets with the jets at the bottom. The perspex cover has a 10 degree fillet at the front ...

Jet Engine
Prusa iteration 3

Files for Josef Prusa Workshops: To start grab the source folder for SCAD and DXF files: Copy configuration.scad.dist to configuration.scad and fill custom settings section. Use: .3mm Layer Height/2.2 Extrusion Width (Width over Thickness), for .66mm stroke width. (Printer is tested at this setting.)

Prusa, Prusa i3, prusai3
The Vornaments!

Ornament numbering (1-7) roughly correlates with difficulty of printing. Regardless, getting the first layer stuck to the build platform, and printing with a thick brim, are essential. Some of the ornaments have very aggressive overhangs, and having your cooling and print temperature dialed in is essential. "The parts are represented as a solid (ie - filled) because I was getting the best results by letting the slicer create the shell surface. You can print them "without a bottom" in Cura and get a print with a hole in it for hanging, though I found it easier+stronger_faster to print them...

Ornaments